Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary have begun their three-day visit to Japan. On Thursday the Danish royal couple arrived in Tokyo to promote the Danish territory of Greenland and were swiftly whisked off to attend a national Greenlandish concert and dinner in the capital city.
The following morning the couple, who have four children together, toured the Kyu Asakurake Jutaku garden to meet with officials and help increase awareness about school bullying. Tasmania-born Mary, 43, opted for a pale pink snakeskin effect coat and black trousers for the engagement, while her 46-year-old husband sported a smart grey suit, a light blue shirt and a burgundy tie.
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Princess Mary and Prince Frederik visiting the Kyu Asakurake Jutaku gardens
On the couple's agenda during their visit are seminars on the production of fish and shellfish and the Arctic – where the Greenlandic visions for the region will be presented along with discussions for cooperative efforts between both countries.
Friday will see Prince Frederik give a speech on Greenland to representatives from the Japanese tourism industry at the Palace Hotel followed by a sailing tour around Tokyo Bay and a presentation about how Tokyo is preparing for the 2020 Olympic Games.
Princess Victoria and her husband Prince Daniel are undertaking a four-day visit to South Korea
While Frederik and Mary are in Japan, their fellow Scandinavian royal Princess Victoria has also been in East Asia.
Accompanied by her husband Prince Daniel, Sweden's Princess Victoria is undertaking a four-day visit to South Korea to strengthen relations between the two countries.
Upon the couple's arrival they met with South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Wan-Koo at the Prime Minister's residence in Seoul, with mum-of-one Victoria sporting a chic pink lace dress for the occasion.
Princess Victoria with Prime Minister Lee Wan-Koo
Daniel, 41, and Victoria, 37, then met President Park Geun-hye at the city's presidential palace before paying their respects at the National Cemetery.
The following day Sweden's future monarchs visited Hankuk University of Foreign Studies and the National Rehabilitation Centre.